Cambodian Buddhism, music, literature, are covered in this personal creation, with a useful online library including texts, photo, audio and...
More than half of the some 1,200 Khmer inscriptions retrieved and deciphered are searchable online and indexed by location, date, idiom.
A transnational project on epigraphy and philology, including the corpus of Khmer inscriptions
How we can understand (or not) the names of ancient Khmer temples, settlements and landmarks in their modern forms.
Audio collection of lectures given by eminent researchers in Khmer Studies
Une étude épigraphique du VI au XIV eme siecles | Epigraphic studies from the 6th to the 14th century.
What make the ancient inscriptions of Cambodia so particular.
Who were the "vassal kings" or "governors" in Cambodia's pre-Angkorian times?
A lively and perceptive exploration of Cambodian syncretisme from ancient times
Critical assessment of the English translation by Joyanto K. Sen of a classical study, and the translator's response.
Where did the term 'Khmer' come from? An innovative and stimulating study.
The end years of Funan revisited by eminent Sanskritist George Coedes.
The Oldest Verse Inscription in Khmer សិលាចារឹកភាសាខ្មែរចាស់ជាងគេដែលសរេសរជាពាក្យកាព្យ
Reconstitution-revival of trumpets and horns as observed on Angkor Wat and Bayon bas-reliefs